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Künstlerhaus, Munich

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Built for meetings and functions of the Munich Künstlergenossenschaft (Munich Artists' Association), the Künstlerhaus was erected at the height of Munich's 'Golden Age' (1892-1900). Another storey was added overlooking the Karlsplatz in 1937/8. Partly destroyed during the War, the building - a prime example of Regency architecture, with playful references to the Renaissance inside and out - was reconstructed by Erwin Schleich in 1955. The foyer of the main hall and the Venetian Room, now part of Mövenpick, are particularly worth seeing, as are the restored hall and Lenbachzimmer.